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OCF DATA to sell Bullion High-end Servers

Today Atos announced it has signed a channel partner agreement with OCF DATA Limited to resell Atos Bullion servers. OCF will sell the Bullion devices to higher education, manufacturing, and utilities sectors in the UK.

This is an exciting opportunity for us to deliver the world-class Atos infrastructure technology to IT departments, where this will form the core infrastructure of an organization’s internal data services,” said OCF DATA Director Cliff Brereton. “Whether it is running enterprise databases, managing and exploiting data lakes or improving the performance of JAVA applications, these solutions will improve performance, reduce licence costs, footprint and power costs over existing in-house deployments.”

OCF DATA specializes in integrating management information with business processes and will now place the powerful SAP and Oracle certified 8 to 16 sockets x86 Bullion servers at the centre of its data analytics offering.

Atos solutions are a highly differentiated value offer. Their modularity, high performance and flexible functionality make them the ideal product for high performance in-memory computing analytics solutions.

Atos is one of few companies worldwide delivering a certified platform over 8CPU, also fully certified by SAP and Oracle. Bullion servers are creating a new industry standard for High-End Enterprise Computing, capable of providing real-time value for fast-increasing data volumes.

We are delighted to be working with OCF DATA to bring the capabilities of Bullion Big Data servers to new market sectors,” said Andy Grant, Head of Big Data and HPC at Atos. “Whether it is for large scale virtualization, high performance data analytics or in-memory computing the Bullion architecture delivers market leading price performance and RAS capabilities, helping organizations manage their costs.”

The news follows the recent announcement that an agreement with Dell EMC will see the company resell the Atos high-end x86 Bullion servers.

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